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    Charles Ann (26) ran over his ex-girlfriend Aena Hong (25) multiple times with his car

    Fort Lee, NJ- Police say a New Jersey man is charged with murder after he repeatedly ran over his girlfriend multiple times with his car.

    Police say it started when Aena Hong was walking alongside Charles Ann's car.

    The two were arguing, investigators say she was trying to break up with him. He sped off, turned around and hit Hong as she was crossing the street.

    Witnesses say he then drove over her at least three more times before taking off.

    "When I ran up there I saw the body over there, it was horrific, I haven't seen anything like that since I was overseas in combat," said witness Gene Hoffman.

    Police say Ann was arrested at a friend's apartment in Queens early Tuesday morning.

    He's behind bars, held on $3 million bail.

    A prosecutor says Ann is a naturalized U.S. citizen with family in Korea. (video at the link)


    A Fort Lee man pleaded not guilty Monday to charges that he killed his girlfriend in a brutal hit-and-run attack outside the Fort Lee Community Center on Feb. 21.

    Bergen County prosecutors charged Charles J. Ann, 26, with murder after he allegedly ran down his girlfriend, Aena Hong, 25, of Fort Lee, with his car after an argument, and then drove over her repeatedly in front of multiple witnesses.

    An expressionless Ann, wearing an orange jumpsuit and handcuffs, was lead into the courtroom, where a court-appointed interpreter placed a device in his ear. Ann stared straight ahead, making eye contact with no one, as Assistant Bergen County Prosecutor Wayne Mello described the charges against him, "that Ann purposely or knowingly caused the death or injuries that lead to the death of [Hong]."

    Ann's attorney, Public Defender Jaclyn Medina, entered a not guilty plea on his behalf.

    Superior Court Judge Liliana DeAvila-Silebi reinstated the $3 million bail with no 10 percent option that was previously set upon Ann's arrest, adding that should Ann make bail, he is to have no contact with Hong's family. He would also have to surrender his passport, and he cannot be in possession of any weapons or firearms.

    The case will now proceed to the grand jury, and an arraignment will be set after an indictment is handed up.

    Ann was remanded to the Bergen County Jail after the roughly five-minute hearing.

    Outside the Bergen County Courthouse, Medina offered little information in a briefing with the press.

    Medina said there has been no discovery, in which both parties exchange information regarding evidence and related facts of the case. She also said a 5A, or an application to be assigned a public defender, has been filed.

    She declined to comment on Ann's demeanor in court, his state of mind or his English abilities.

    None of Ann's or Hong's friends or family appeared to be present at Monday's hearing.

    Ann was arrested at about 4 a.m. on Feb. 21, at a friend’s apartment in Flushing, Queens, after a roughly 11-hour manhunt.

    The incident occurred at about 4:55 p.m. Feb. 20, near the intersection of Anderson Avenue and Inwood Terrace in Fort Lee, according to authorities. Witnesses reported seeing Ann flee the scene of the attack in his black 2011 Hyundai Sonata before responding officers arrived to find Hong in the road with what authorities described as “grave injuries.”

    Hong was transported to Holy Name Hospital, where she was pronounced dead at 5:54 pm., according to authorities.

    Police say Ann subsequently ditched his car on 10th Street in Fort Lee.

    At the time of his arrest in Queens, Ann, a naturalized U.S. citizen, who has been in the country for about 10 years, was in possession of his passport and a large amount of cash, according to authorities. Authorities believe the unemployed Ann, who they say may have been taking “a class or classes” at Bergen Community College, was planning to flee the country, possibly to his native South Korea.

    Hong was an aspiring artist who had been in the U.S. for about two and a half years on a student visa to study English at a school in Fort Lee, authorities have said. According to those who knew her, she had aspirations of attending art school in New York City.

    Reports have varied as to whether Ann and Hong were still a couple at the time of the fatal hit-and-run. Citing unnamed New Jersey investigators, the New York Post recently reported that Hong had been trying to break up with Ann, going as far as getting an order of protection against him.

    Authorities initially said the couple was involved in what they described as a “tumultuous dating relationship” but provided no further details supporting that.

    Ann was extradited to New Jersey Friday morning and transported to the Bergen County Jail. Authorities first took Ann to the Fort Lee Police Department for fingerprinting and photographing.


    This happened in the town over and even though there were multiple witnesses, the guy has the nerve to pled not guilty.

    Also, i have the child of a police officer as a student within the town i teach in, and the student stated that the scene was horrific. That she was almost broken into pieces.
    I couldnt find a facebook for her.

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    He looks like a baby. If I hadn't read the article I would never have thought he was 26. Maybe 12.
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    He's proably hoping they'll believe he's the wong guy. Or perhaps hoping for a hong jury....
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